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Pearlised White/Black/Silver

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A cleat that not feel incredible but looks worthy of the trophy case. Metallic details with an incredible attention to detail. This pearlized white version has silver metallic details for a premium look ready for top tier play.

UPPER: Umbro's finest kangaroo leather with an updated vamp for unrivaled touch and flexibility. Soft touch collar lining for increased comfort and fit. Memory foam insert in the tongue further enhances comfort. Built on the Speciali last for a snug, professional fit. Quilted for enhanced touch.

INSOLE: Removable sockliner with poron inserts for incredible comfort. Performance, anatomical insole board for midfoot and heel support with forefoot flexibility.

OUTSOLE: Lightweight TPU with excellent forefoot flex and heel stability. Combination of bladed and conical studs for traction, speed and control. WEIGHT: 9.2 oz.


Estos botines ajustan tan bien como su apariencia, gracias a sus detalles metálicos. CORTE: Umbro ha utilizado su piel de canguro más fina y actualizado el empeine para brindar toque y flexibilidad inigualables. Forro suave en los tobillos para mayor comod

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